A Church Planting Network
This month we are pleased
to announce the launch of PLNTD - a church planting network focused on
establishing and multiplying confessional church planting churches who are
distinctively Baptist, missionally driven, and doctrinally Reformed. At
the heart of PLNTD is the conviction that the Great Commission was given to the
church, and the mature expression of a robust commitment to this commission
inherently calls for a passion for church planting as faithful stewards of the
gospel of Jesus Christ. In the coming months, we will be explaining more
about the vision and purpose of PLNTD, in particular our focus on resourcing,
intentional relationship, and church-based residency centers. To stay up
to date on all future developments of PLNTD, we encourage you to subscribe to
the website, follow PLNTD on Twitter, join our Facebook page, and sign up for
our e-Newsletter. Please pray for this new network, and we encourage you
to join us in see local churches take greater ownership in the Great Commission
through planting and producing gospel-driven churches!
|Intro to the Puritans|
Announcing the Fall 2010 Founders Study Center Courses
Join us this fall at the Founders Study Center for an Introduction to the Puritans with Dr. Mark Dever, Dr. J. I. Packer and ohers. We will be offering this course free to those who sign up to audit.
Other courses this fall included a new course on Baptist Covenant Theology with Dr. Fred Malone and Dr. Jim Renihan, and a course on Spiritual Depression: Its Causes and Cure with Dr. Martyn Llyod-Jones.
Registration for the Fall 2010 semester will open on July 16, 2010.
|Reason for the Season|
Upcoming Book from Founders Press
Coming this July from Founders Press:
Reason for the Season: Ministerial Reflections on Personal Grief, Suffering and Loss
Edited by Roger D. Duke and Bob R. Agee
"In the early days of my pastoral ministry, I began to learn that
there is a hurt in every heart and in every home. While the contributors
to this book present many reminders of this tearful reality, they also testify
that the grace of God is sufficient to sustain the followers of
Jesus in a fallen, broken world."
--Donald S. Whitney, Associate Professor of Biblical Spirituality, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, KY.
See You in Orlando|
We hope to see many of you next week at the 2010 Founders Fellowship Breakfast (Tuesday, June 15). The breakfast is sold out and will feature guest speaker R. C. Sproul speaking on "The Cost of Reformation."
If you are planning to stay in Orlando for the 2010 Ligonier National Confernce (Thursday through Saturday, June 17-19, 2010 at the Marriott World Center in Orlando), please stop by the Founders Ministries table. We would enjoy the opportunity to greet you and share with you what is new at Founders.
This eNewsletter is an electronic publication of Founders Ministries. Please send any comments to Ken Puls, editor of Founders Ministries eNews.